Christian marriage is marked by discipline and self-denial. Christianity does not therefore depreciate marriage, it sanctifies it.
In the end, the gospel of Christ crucified for sinful husbands and wives is the ground of our marriage. Here is where we see grace. Here is where we receive grace. Here is where we learn to give grace
Because marriage is meant to reflect the great sacrificial and sanctifying love Christ has for his church, it makes sense to connect your married life to a local Christian congregation.
Forgiveness is unlocking the door to set someone free and realising you were the prisoner!
The surrender of your will: If you do it right in marriage, you’ll enjoy the blessing of it. If you do it wrong, you’ll never really find the fulfillment in it.
The key to a healthy marriage isn’t perfection, it’s perspective and perseverance. Perspective that God working and perseverance until He’s done.
True beauty belongs to God, and you are most beautiful when you reflect glory to him most clearly.